I have no idea what you just said. Can you rephrase your question?Originally Posted by samsung
What does ~ mean?
This doesn't make sense for a number of reasons. If you are supposed to take the derivative with respect to x you would notate like this: When you put , you are saying that y is a function of x and you have already taken the derivative. In your problem you have two variables, x and t. And as ThePerfectHacker said, what does ~ mean? Anyway, we'd all love to help but we're kinda confused on what you're asking.Originally Posted by samsung